Seton Corridor volleyball flourishing under Shannon Thompson

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Seven weeks into volleyball season and Seton Lobby College is getting along nicely. The Privateers are 12-4 by and large and 3-1 in Enormous East Meeting play. There are a few new players on the list and another lead trainer, Shannon Thompson. She said the extreme rivalry in the Enormous East combined with Seton Lobby’s high scholastic guidelines fascinated her to assume the test of building the program.

“We’re hanging around for volleyball, however by the day’s end, we’re here to improve them individuals in all parts of their lives,” said Thompson. “I truly value a school that has that equivalent way of thinking.”

Thompson selected a few of the new players on the program, and right from beginning the work the previous spring, she showed the group’s returning players that she thought often about their general achievement. “I’m truly enthusiastic about input,” she said. “I think they value that.”

Last weekend, after the group’s misfortune to Georgetown, Thompson met with the group commanders to see how more the training staff could help them. The following day, Seton Corridor beat Villanova. On Monday, outside hitter Jenna Walsh was named Enormous East Ladies’ Volleyball Hostile Player of the Week, the main Privateer to get this distinction starting around 2016.

“We discuss having a great time, which I know is so buzzword, however we discuss getting a charge out of it,” Thompson said of the group’s prosperity. “That is a principal part of practices and games. We have something important to take care of, yet at a similar respect on the off chance that we treat it so in a serious way and we’re hopeless, we won’t play well. A portion of our misfortunes this year, we were so serious and tense, that is most likely the explanation we didn’t play well. The young ladies sincerely appreciate being around one another. That assumes a part in why we truly do so well.”

Two players to pay special attention to are junior external hitter Perri Lucas and junior center blocker Laila Wallace. “We worked a ton on Perri being somewhat more different in the manner she hits and how she hits. She’s truly evolved and is hitting so well at the present time. She’s an extremely reliable player for ourselves and one that shows others how its done,” said Thompson. “Laila has done an exceptionally predictable work. She is somebody that can get focuses when we really want it, and track down ways of scoring. She has an energy about her.”

Seven weeks into volleyball season and Seton Corridor College is getting along admirably. The Privateers are 12-4 generally speaking and 3-1 in Huge East Meeting play. There are a few new players on the program and another lead trainer, Shannon Thompson. She said the extreme contest in the Huge East combined with Seton Lobby’s high scholarly guidelines captivated her to assume the test of building the program.

“We’re hanging around for volleyball, yet by the day’s end, we’re here to improve them individuals in all parts of their lives,” said Thompson. “I truly value a school that has that equivalent way of thinking.”

Thompson enrolled a few of the new players on the program, and right from beginning the work the previous spring, she showed the group’s returning players that she thought often about their general achievement. “I’m truly enthusiastic about input,” she said. “I think they value that.”

Last weekend, after the group’s misfortune to Georgetown, Thompson met with the group skippers to see how more the training staff could help them. The following day, Seton Corridor beat Villanova. On Monday, outside hitter Jenna Walsh was named Large East Ladies’ Volleyball Hostile Player of the Week, the principal Privateer to get this distinction beginning around 2016.

“We discuss having a good time, which I know is so buzzword, yet we discuss getting a charge out of it,” Thompson said of the group’s prosperity. “That is a fundamental part of practices and games. We have something important to take care of, however at a similar respect in the event that we treat it so in a serious way and we’re hopeless, we won’t play well. A portion of our misfortunes this year, we were so serious and tense, that is likely the explanation we didn’t play well. The young ladies genuinely appreciate being around one another. That assumes a part in why we really do so well.”

Two players to pay special attention to are junior external hitter Perri Lucas and junior center blocker Laila Wallace. “We worked a great deal on Perri being somewhat more different in the manner she hits and how she hits. She’s truly evolved and is hitting so well at the present time. She’s an extremely steady player for ourselves and one that shows others how its done,” said Thompson. “Laila has done an exceptionally predictable work. She is somebody that can get focuses when we want it, and track down ways of scoring. She has an energy about her.”

The Privateers are at home this end of the week, taking on DePaul on Friday night and Marquette on Saturday evening.

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